James is an experienced Project Manager who joined the Universal Access department of Sterling in June 2020. Since joining Sterling James has worked across a wide variety of projects, including design reviews of tram stop upgrade proposals, accessibility audits of train stations and wharves, and managing the architectural and engineering design process for train station upgrade projects.
Prior to joining Sterling, James worked in a Project Management capacity for 5 years in the UK. His experience spans across both the commercial and residential sector, with projects ranging from heritage stonework upgrades of Georgian mansions to large scale new build housing developments, and inner-city office refurbishments. James also has significant experience in building inspection and condition audits. He has completed a large number of audits for a wide range of clients including nationwide supermarket chains, schools, university estates, and numerous local authority councils. Through this breadth of project management and auditing experience, James was able to quickly adapt to Sterling’s offering of infrastructure auditing and upgrade projects.
James graduated from the University of the West of England in 2016 with a First-Class Honours degree in Building Surveying and is currently undertaking a Certificate 4 Diploma in Access Consulting through the Association of Consultants in Access Australia.